“Associate EU Citizenship: A Brief Assessment”, Foreign Policy Centre (forthcoming)
“The Free Market Case for Renewables”, Foreign Policy Centre, (forthcoming)
“How to Fix the Great Repeal Bill”, Another Europe is Possible, (2017)
“A Decimation of Rights: The Consequences of the Great Repeal Bill”, Global Justice Now, (July 2017)
“How Investment Treaties Have a Chilling Effect on Human Rights”, Foreign Policy Centre, (May 2017)
“The Great Repeal Bill: Addressing Unaccountable Power”, Another Europe is Possible, (March 2017)
“Failure to evaluate introduction of Female Genital Mutilation mandatory reporting”, Archives of Disease in Childhood” (with Felicity Gerry QC and Professor Andrew Rowland), Arch. Dis. Child. 2016
“In Defence of Europe”, U.K. Const. L. Blog (9th Mar 2016)
“Failure to Protect Girls from Female Genital Mutilation”, 79 Journal of Criminal Law 322 (with Theodora Christou)
Having been among the first to propose a failure to protect offense (as part of our work for the report below), Dr Christou and I analyse the new offense, applying the theory and law of evidence and international law and asking how it coheres with the presumption of innocence.
“The Subtle Revolution: TTIP, Sovereignty and the Rule of Law”, Mishcon de Reya (2015)
This report was produced after conducting field research in Australia and the USA, including interviews with senior government officials. It is a wide-ranging analysis of the potential impact of TTIP and CETA in terms of the rule of law and parliamentary sovereignty, offers original conclusions and sketches out potential causes for litigation.
Report of the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales on Female Genital Mutilation, Published in the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee Report on Female Genital Mutilation (with Kirsty Brimelow QC, Dr Theodora Christou, Dexter Dias QC, Felicity Gerry QC, Courtney Perlmutter, Charlotte Proudman and Zimran Samuel)
Report of the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales on Violence Against Women, Published by the House of Commons Human Rights Select Committee, (with Kirsty Brimelow QC, Dr Theodora Christou, Dexter Dias QC, Felicity Gerry QC, Courtney Perlmutter, Charlotte Proudman and Zimran Samuel)